EU should lead way on climate change

The public will look at the haggling at last week’s summit over a new treaty for the EU with some bemusement.

23rd June, 2007

The public will look at the haggling at last week’s summit over a new treaty for the EU with some bemusement.

Few understand the complexities involved, which are remote from their daily lives. And, as seen in votes in France and the Netherlands on the EU Treaty - the basis for much of what was being discussed last week - there is a growing scepticism about the desire of many of the elite...

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